CaRoL SiMoN, 4th Year Marketing student
of Ateneo De Davao University.
I had my OJT at
I was really having a hard time adjusting to the quota that I had to meet (to think that I was alone and my partner was pulled-out plus my other classmates’ assignments were SO easy. Clerical jobs!). Because of these things, I almost backed-out from finishing my OJT. I took this chance as an opportunity to improve myself; I took it as a training ground for my real job when I finish my studies.
I challenged myself to finish the OJT and surpass it with my best efforts. Everything we go through is a challenge; no matter how simple or hard it is, we just need to decide. So I decided and challenged myself. I saw it as a stepping stone for my future career. I was sure that this experience will surely prepare me in my future career. I know that each challenge that I encounter in my life must be surpassed and I know that with perseverance and discipline, I will be able to surpass them.
Everyone at MTC is expected to multitask, my experience there made me discover that I am excellent in doing it. I learned that adapting to a task will surely make you learn and grow both emotionally and psychologically. The marketing department of
One of the important things that I learned is that if you are determined to do the job that is assigned to you and willing to be trained, you won’t have a problem. As a trainee, it is very important to have an open mind. Willingness to learn gave me the hunger for learning and thus, excitement in the job that I do.
My short stay with MTC made me realize that learning is a continuous process. What I had experienced will help me become responsible in the job that I will do. The company treated me as one of their employees, the employees didn’t give me special treatment, which made me mature. The speaking in English policy or I call it “
My on-the-job training with
Thank You MTCA for the unforgettable experience you have shared to my life.
One of the important parts of my life is working here at
I like working here at
I experienced doing some journal writing, which was very tiring. And I did some filing of bank deposits. I learned how they are handled and why it is important to file them. I also experienced working on different kinds of vouchers and their uses. I did some encoding too. I experienced answering phone calls. I freaked out at first, but now I just stutter. Sometimes.
Vernice Ria G. Calderon
“My MTC Experience”
When I knew that I am going to have my OJT at
When I was trained to orient regarding medical transcription and about